West Des Moines Chiropractic and Exercise are Great for Mid-Pregnancy Back Pain

image of pregnant woman performing exercises to help with back painBack pain during pregnancy is not an unheard of event. Need proof? Simply ask any pregnant woman! It's no fun to have pain during such a happy time in life. You don't have to suffer with it though.

Your West Des Moines chiropractor at Executive Chiropractic of Iowa helps a myriad of West Des Moines pregnant women in practice and helps them. Additionally, articles about spinal manipulation and chiropractic Cox Technic treatment and exercise point to the opportunity for West Des Moines pregnancy back pain relief. Often, a combined approach is best.

A multimodal approach to MOM (Don't you love acronyms?! This one stands for Musculoskeletal and Obstetric Management.) that integrates various methods gives the better relief. In addition to standard obstetric care, the pregnant women in this study also got manual therapy, stabilization exercises and patient education from their chiropractic physician specialists. These women exhibited meaningful declines in pain and disability. (1)

Additionally, Executive Chiropractic of Iowa's approach to pregnancy-related back pain often involve Cox Technic which is published as reducing pain for a woman in just one visit and giving her total resolution of pain in 8 visits. (2)

So, make a chiropractic appointment for yourself or your pregnant loved one. Executive Chiropractic of Iowa offers spinal manipulation as well as stabilization exercise advice to help get the pregnant woman out of pain and back to luxuriating in this exhilarating time of her life. Contact Executive Chiropractic of Iowa today.

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